Circus raises funds to help hospitals

April 5, 2014 by  

The 60th annual Bahi Shrine Circus is coming to Kissimmee this May. It is a fundraising event for the Bahai Shriners and the Shriners Hospital for Children in Tampa.

The theme of this year’s circus is ‘Circus Hollywood’. Along with the other regular entertainers such as aerial artists, clowns, horseback riders. and magicians, this event also hosts a ‘Girrafic Menagerie’.

As with other circus performances, the Bahia Shriners always give free tickets to many community organizations who help the sick and the less fortunate in a city.

The Shriners Hospital for Children in Tampa, and other Shriners hospitals throughout the United States, help people regardless of whether or not they are able to pay their medical bills. This has no doubt saved many thousands of lives in the area.

Posters advertising this upcoming event will likely be spread far and wide. Kissimmee printing companies may be asked to help provide those posters, or other printed items suitable for marketing events.

The Bahai Shriner Circus is taking place at the Silver Springs Arena from May 17 to 18. There are two shows per day, timed at 1:30 pm and 6:30 pm. VIP Ringside tickets are $25 each and the rest of the tickets are $16, although children aged two and under are admitted for free. To find out more information about the event, call 321-697-3333.